How does the liquid pressure on a diver change according to the following condition: When the driver moves horizontally - Physics

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How does the liquid pressure on a diver change according to the following condition:

When the driver moves horizontally

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Solution

When the diver moves horizontally the depth from the surface remains the same and as we know that pressure at depth h is given by P = h × p × g so as depth remains the same pressure would remain the same while moving horizontally. (Density of liquid, g also remains the same).

Concept: Transmission of Pressure in Liquids
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Frank Class 9 Physics ICSE
Chapter 4 Fluids
Exercise | Q 19.1 | Page 157
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